Travelodge Uxbridge Central
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"in the mid-18th century, a foreign visitor looked down from the top of the Ivinghoe hills and recorded that the vale below Ivinghoe Beacon was neatly laid out in meadows like well kept gardens. ...... Today, the scene is beautiful in a different way. The small hedged fields created by enclosing the land are reminiscent of the works of pastoral water-colourists. Lying on the Icknield Way, close to the ...
... My first time flying with Ryanair - hopefully it will go OK!
I've been given instructions for what to do on arrival in Sofia. I'll need to go to a specific taxi company desk at the airport, get a taxi to the main bus station and then a bus from there to Veliko Tarnovo. I know how much the ticket should cost and how long the journey should be.
... this leg is in an A380 plane so an ok amount of leg and backside room but cattle class is really exactly that. Folks some advice, when you reach fifty years it is not going to make a material difference to those you leave behind if there are a few $$$ less in the kitty - go at least premium economy over and business class back plus have a stopover in a (close to) Australian time ...
... the creature shop, where all the Harry Potter creatures were made like the Mandrake plants and Aragog and Buckbeak and Fawkes.
Diagon Alley was my favourite bit. We saw Fred and Georges shop, and Olivanders wand shop and the Leaky Cauldron.
The last thing was an amazing model of the Hogwarts castle, which was huge.
Amber and I tried Butterbeer - it tasted like sparkling orange juice with foam.
... A&E (British for ER). So we hopped in a cab and headed to the hospital, and 2 hours later she came out cleared to fly. Yay British doctor! We even made it back for the last 15 minutes of the Ball, which was bit different from the first 15 minutes. Basically, we walked in and were greeted by 500 kids all eating pizza (courtesy of the ADs), while crying, hugging, and making out. I was actually rather impressed that so many kids were able to multi-task in this ...